New Signing Edwards on Bench at Crawley
Tuesday, 17th Jul 2018 18:48
New signing Gwion Edwards is on the bench for this evening's friendly against his former club Crawley at East Grinstead alongside fellow winger Jordan Roberts, also previously a Red Devils player (KO 7.30pm).
The Blues have taken a 17-man squad to East Court, a much reduced party from the one which lost 2-0 at Braintree on Saturday.
Keeper Bartosz Bialkowski isn’t involved, despite having returned to the club yesterday, while a number of the fringe youngsters who came off the bench at Braintree on Saturday haven’t travelled, presumably as there are U23s games at Lowestoft tomorrow and AFC Sudbury on Thursday.
As at Cressing Road, Joe Garner, Tom Adeyemi, Emyr Huws, Teddy Bishop and Danny Rowe are all absent through injury or as they are working their way back from longer-term problems, while Jonas Knudsen is still away on his post-World Cup break.
Town: Gerken, Spence, Kenlock, Chambers (c), Woolfenden, Ward, Dozzell, Skuse, Nydam, Waghorn, Sears. Subs: Wright, Emmanuel, Downes, Edwards, Roberts, Folami.
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